Using Github's api, we peak into repositories and show a radar chart of what times people are committing into a repo. We integrated with Auth0 (free) to allow users to look into private repositories that they have access to.
We had a pretty big idea for what we wanted to build. We wanted to build a solution that would allow contractors and consultants to log work time and then see that time against their commits. This would help them quantify their work to their customers and even help remember what they have been working on. The problem with that, it was a little too big for a 48 hour hackathon. We knew this going in, but we still wanted a great start for a full product.
For the hackathon, we decided to build some awesome visualizations for Github. This would allow users to see what time of day most commits are entering their repos. It also allows them to see a leaderboard of who is putting in the most commits. We used our own tool as we built it to see who was committing the most and when people were working. It was incredibly fun to see our hackathon gamified right before our eyes.
I want to encourage everyone to look at their hackathon repo through our tool. You can see your top contributors and what times you worked most. We plan on continuing to develop our project long after the hackathon is done. We even began a bitbucket implementation, but just ran out of time before we were able to complete it.
We look forward to your feedback and comments.
In order to see your repository you will need your repository full name. This includes user (or org). For example, you could type in 'angular/angular.js'. Just typing 'angular.js' will not bring back results. If you are using browsers other than Safari you will see a drop down list of example repost that we have loaded. The best experience is on a desktop. We are responsive, but we haven't tested all sizes.
Nice chart, good looking !
Would have loved to see autocompletion on the input field. Otherwise amazing job!
Start up time is seems long. Really like the Github per hour commit chart
Nice graphic and I liked the possibility to look into my private repositories.
Great Job :D
Good job, nice infographics for the devs.
So simple yet so cool and fun. Love the design everything what a cool way to visualize data.
Silky smooth experience! Nicely done, really like the UI!
Loved the design and nice use of libraries.
The UI is crisp and easy to use. A little demo of your actual use case might have been helpful.
Love the design of this one.
Great job guys, can imagine someone putting this on their monitoring screen.
Cool gadget, nicely done!
Great app. Feel & look cool!
Really liked the design. I am sure given more time this can be built into much more useful app.
I would have been interesting to change at least some parameters: for example 30 last days / " last months, etc.
it is really fun to watch the stats of famous repos! and really cool design :D
Very interesting, I think if is possible generate reports with more information about the team. This would help everyone grow up with self knowledge.
great job, like it a lot
Good idea and very nice implementation. Could be a great start for a project!
The design is very professional and complete.
And the concept is interesting and it can be useful as I myself is a consultant :)
That's really nice to quickly see github stats
Good visualisation. All the best!!
I've seen many web apps using the GitHub api. This is definitely one of the most interesting ways of displaying the data that I have seen.
Like the look of the app
Awesome looking UI!
The time-of-day circular chart was really cool looking. I loved the shape it gave.
I didn't find the entry all that interesting, and it has been done a lot before. When I clicked the "Attack" button a few times in rapid succession, the contributor list flickered and a spurious error banner appeared on the bottom of the page.
The original idea seemed really useful, but the final product was not so much.
Very god concept.
Nice app guys!
The app looks great. The typography is very neat and clean. I think the radar chart is very useful for visualizing repo "rush hour".
I wish you could drill down into more stats by user or commit. Also, an autocomplete for repo search would have been nice.
The UI looks awesome! If you expand its functionality it can become really useful tool!